To draw a crowd is to attract a crowd to an event.



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The average American football game draws 16 million television viewers. Football frequently out-draws all other sports in America. To “draw” a crowd or “draw” an audience means to attract a crowd or audience. Plain English draws an audience from around the world. We don’t draw a huge audience from the United States, but we draw a lot of people from Latin America.

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